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[ATL]Is there any way to execute a ATL file using java code [message #70249] Wed, 26 December 2007 08:52 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: heiyuchuanxia.163.com

Hi, I'm finding a tool of model transformation, and I want to defined
the transformation rule using the metamodel, and transform model using a
transformation engine. And I thought ALT and its tool are a good choice
for me. After I saw the user manual, I'm confused whether is there any
way to execute a ATL file using java code rather than using the lauch
configuration.

Thanks very much for caring about my problem. I'm appreciated if you
reply me some answer.

Stefanie
Re: [ATL]Is there any way to execute a ATL file using java code [message #70291 is a reply to message #70249] Wed, 26 December 2007 21:15 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: guo.mci.sdu.dk

You may find your answer here.

http://wiki.eclipse.org/ATL_Howtos

but I have not tried it yet.

Yu Guo


stefanie zhao wrote:
> Hi, I'm finding a tool of model transformation, and I want to defined
> the transformation rule using the metamodel, and transform model using a
> transformation engine. And I thought ALT and its tool are a good choice
> for me. After I saw the user manual, I'm confused whether is there any
> way to execute a ATL file using java code rather than using the lauch
> configuration.
>
> Thanks very much for caring about my problem. I'm appreciated if you
> reply me some answer.
>
> Stefanie
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